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2002 Honda Accord has been sitting 5 months without being started. It worked fine before and had a relatively new battery, but due to a flat tire, I started using another car, and did not have time to have the tire replaced. I jump started it, tried it an hour later, and it started up. Next day, it did not start. A week later, tried to start it with a stand-alone jump starter, and it did not work.
The battery may be shorted out. do you have a meter to check a batteries condition? if not take the battery into the parts store and they can tell you if it has a dead short in it which means the plates inside the battery have sulphated together and wont allow current to pass through them. lead acid batteries are real bad about this if they go completly dead even if they are newer batteries.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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